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Portico Sings 

"A Song of Myself 

Through the Thoughts of 

Walt Whitman 



Dedication 



There is a person to whom we, the class of 
1962. are greatly indebted. She has painstakingly 
conferred much of her time and patience to 
gradually impart to all of us the characteristics 
of matured, intelligent young women. 

As a sympathetic friend, an understanding 
mother, a fun-loving peer, and a guiding advisor, 
this woman has done everything within her 
capacity to fulfill the demands of the students 
and incorporate school spirit. As a result of her 
incessant efforts, she has given us much insight. 
To show our sincere appreciation for all her 
assistance, we dedicate our yearbook to Jeanette 
T. Wright, our Dean of Students. 



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"Immense have been the prepara- 
tions for me, Faithful and 
friendly the arms that have 
helped me ..." 




JEANETTE T. WRIGH I 




Faculty and 




Philip H. Clarke 
Chairman of the Englisli 
Department 




Margaret K. Donahue 
Chairman of the Secretarial 
s< icikc Department 




Shirley C. Baillieul 

Director of the Medical Science 

Program 




Arthur A. Hart 

Chairman of the Art 
Department, History 



"Eleves, I salute you! come 
forward! Continue you annotations, 
continue your questionings ..." 



Hugh O. Macfarlane 

Assistant to the President for the 

Liberal Arts Program 




Administration 




Milo F. Galbraith 
Vice President 




Jcancttc T. Wriglil 
Dean of SI it dents 




I hum. is (;. Carr 
President 




Mice E. Bradley 
Director of Admissions 






Margaret E. Dick 
Director of Programming 
and Research 



Muriel Mitchell 

English 



Esther S. Galbraith 
Music 




Barbara J. Dunay 
Secretarial Science 




Barbara L. Mosman 
Secretarial Science 




Annette J. Genovese 
Secretarial Science 





Marie Gould Sea ton 
Secretarial Science 




Carolyn Dexter Locke 
Voice 




Marion Merrifield 
Executive Secretary 





Ailecn R. Weinstein 

Set a i,n ml Science 



Ann P. Googins 

Secretariat Science 





Beatrice B. Clarke 
Associate Librarian 



Klara K. Wender 
Assistant Treasurer 




Ethlyn J. Greenwood 
Librarian 




Joan S. Hauser 
Secretary to the Dean 




Marie K. Joyal 
Bookkeeper 



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Gerald J. Kane 
English, History 




George E. Robinson 
Art 




Florence L. McKce 
Nurse 




Virginia L. Carlson 
Assistant to the Director 
of Admissions 




Will A. Didchuth 

l\\i hology 




Eleanor T. Whitney 
House Director, 
Perkins Hall 




Ruth E. Goss 
Director of Residence 




Helen C. Cotton 
House Director, 
Empsall Hall 




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Delia li. Kyer 

Assistant House Director, 
liollum Hall 



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Senior Class 




SENIOR OFFICERS 

Juliana Parducci . . . Secretary 

Ellenmary Fogarty . . . Treasurer 



Miss Donahue . . . Advisor 
Carol Goodman . . . President 
Elizabeth Haveles . . . Vice President 






"The past and present will — I have 
filled them, emptied them, and proceed 
to fill my next fold of the future." 



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SHARON BARBARA ABEL 
Pretty, |x - |>|>\ . and agile . . . "You studied, you 
rat!" . . . loves Ronnie and the twist . . . great 
dancer . . fun to be with . conversationalist. 





SANDRA LOUISE ALBERT 
"Sandy" . . . Never can make up her mind 
whether to study or visit . . . friendly to all . . . 
one of Mrs. B.'s silent students . . . Oh, those 
Saturday nights at S. C. 




BARBARA GAIL ANDERSON 

"Barb" . . . shy, but full of fun . . . dependable 
friend ... so organized . . . pennies for Purdue 
. . . everything's at a slow, steady pace. 



DONNA LEE ANDERSON 

"Don" . . . always looking for wild outfits for 
Thcta Chi parties . . . Doctor Donna . . . knows 
every repairman on the Mass. Pike . . . "Knock, 
knock." 




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CAROLYN LEE ANDREWS 
"Doc" . . . enthusiastic medical . 
tired; gotta get to bed early" . 
where?" . . . oh, to be a blond! . 
much? . . . love that Harvard man. 



MARLA ALINE AUBERTIN 
Enjoys meeting people . . . versatile and con- 
scientious card player . . . has no worries . . . 
very mischievous ... "I feel like having a Hi- 
Boy" . . . talkative. 



"I'm so 
"horses! 
nervous 




JUDITH ANNE BAHLIN 

"Judy" . . . the merry fanner of Bay Path . . . 

always has a joke . . . "I'm going to cut m\ 

hair." ... a real friend . . . "Let's go to E. 1... 

Mass." 





ANN LOl isl II \II.KY 

Sm. in dresser . . . sparkling cms . . . quick imile 
. . . a willing leader . . . conscientious workei 
... "I hat's icalU bad!" 



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SUSAN JAM- BALTUSKONIS 
"Siu-" . . "Who look m\ teddy bear?" . . . loves 
to kiui . . . " l lu' Roommates" . . . "Did 1 gci 
,in\ mail?" . . . ardent accordionist. 





JANET MAE BILLINGTON 
Diet conscious . . . H. J. C. memories . . . "Can 
I?" . . . perpetual talker . . . plans, plans, plans 
. . . Texas bound. 




MARILYN PATRICIA BINGHAM 

"I wouldn't die for that." . . . home every week- 
end . . . pretzels and cokes . . . sparkling dia- 
mond . . . April 15 ... a flare for art. 



LYNN .SUZANNE IJOHMAN 
"Lynnie" . . . zealous Keynote . . . can't talk 
without her hands . . . "Oh no!" . . . 11:05 
phone calls . . . Will she finish that sweater? 




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JUDITH ANN BRAGA 

Maroon Key with greatest of ease . . . frosted 

pink nail polish . . . nightly 6:30 shower . . . 

Florida tan . . . 800 calorie diet . . . "Judy's 

Restaurant." 



JOAN MARIE BURNS 

"Joni" . . . new hairdo every night! . . . cosmetic 
counter in top drawer . . . loves her diamond 
and her service man . . . got to write to John. 




ROBERTA FRANCES CAMPBELL 

"Bert" . . . terrific organizer . . . smallest Key- 
note . . . telephone call for me, again! . . . hold 
it — snap! . . . forever giggling . . . no potatoes 
please! 





JEANNE FRANCES ( V\ W VI (.11 
"Jeannie" ... "I know it's low this time, I 
think" . \.iw \s Coasi Guard . "Are you 
serious?" . . . pift <>f gab. 



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M \R\ CHRISTINI CAVANAUGH 
"Mare" . . . "Good ol Naugy" . . . twists up a 
sionn . . . expressive eves . . . Saturday nights 
at S. (.'..... peppv .mil |M>pular. 





CAROLE ANNE CHAREST 
"Will you fix my radio?" . . . Deep and involved 
conversations . . . Hep on the Air Force . . . 
Sports enthusiast. 





CAROL ELIZABETH COCHRAN 

Eyes only for Alpha Sigma Phi . . . sets speed 
records coming home from U of M . . . Good 
word for everyone . . . "chalk up another flunk" 
. . . "C." 



JUDITH EM MENS COE 

"Anyone for Bridge" . . . Friday's another word 
for Tom . . . True friend . . . Loves those sum- 
mers on the Island . . . 100's in spelling. 




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JOANNE JEANETTE CONKLIN 
Dreams of her 44 million . . . "B & B together" 
. . . Remembers the moat at Yale . . . "That's 
the killer" . . . Not to be taken too seriously 
. . . "Saturday's child." 



MAUREEN VIRGINIA CONNOR 
Home Rule for Ireland . . . Friday's hairdo . . . 
"My guy with the beard" . . . rush on home- 
work . . . late much? . . . Appears quiet . . . 
"Mo." 




PRISCILLA CROMWELL 

"Pris" . . . wha-a-t . . . curly hair and twinkling 
eyes . . . scuffing slippers . . . loves those week- 
ends . . . Hey lover! . . . How long till vacation 
now? 





RI'I A M \RII ( K(>\\ I I \ 
Always hiding ili.u panic button ... .1 connoia 
Mm . comical colleen . . . blushes casil) . . . 
"Kill thai little bug" .1 devoted worker . . . 

"Check thai out." 



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ANN Ml RR\ DAVISON 

\nnic" . . . "Let's lalk ;il)oiil it" . . . Bostonian 
accent . . . Remembers that "-hour trip to Bos- 
ton . . . docs the flipping . . . "3 diamonds." 





FRANCES MARIE DAWID 

Anxiously awaits letter from the Army . . . quiet 
. . . loves to cha-cha . . . expressionless character 
in Talent Show . . . honest and sincere . . . 
"Sandy." 




CAROL FRANCES DEZOLT 
Live wire . . . "Guess what?" . . . flashing smile 
. . . big brown eyes . . . Yankee fan . . . loves 
those trips to Forest Park. 



JANE ELLEN DOMINGUE 

Sports car lover . . . Friday night at . . . ZX and 

I KE . . . The "Roommates" . . . many loves . . . 

THE Summer . . . Weekends away ... 2 hearts. 




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MARIANNE JOSEPHINE D'ONOFRIO 

"Marianne" . . . early riser . . . always ready for 
a good laugh . . . Yale football games . . . effici- 
ency plus . . . "Do you think he'll give us a 
quiz?" 



JOYCE MARIE DOW 

Avid talker . . . good dancer ... "I wish they 
made higger rollers!" . . . Bollum's nighthawk 
. . . yearns to travel to the Orient. 




JUDITH ANNE DOYLE 

"Judi" ... "I feel miserable" . . . weekends 
away . . . Hair dye? . . . "The Roommates" . . . 
sports cars . . . ZX and TK.E . . 4 spades. 





JOYCE \l)l I I.I- DRZYZG \ 
"Oli. I'm so tired" . fohnnj Mathia who i I i 
. . . Where i" iIhs weekend? , , "J could care 
less" . . . < ute, loyal, jini i re 



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CLURF. DIANNK 1)1 HI. IV 
"I'm going back tor seconds" . . . great organizer 
. . . "Did I mail that letter?" . . . always a 
chuckle . . . "he) kids, I'm pinned!" 



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KAREN CHARLOTTE ELLIOT 
Kind, considerate . . . steps out of Mademoiselle 
every day ... "I have to go to Mystic" . . . poise 
personified, especially at Trinity. 




CAROLANN EVANS 

"Carolann-e" . . . air mail from Annapolis! . . . 
"you haven't got Weejuns?" . . . big smile ... I 
am not six feet tall! . . . cool corpse . . . allright, 
anything for art. 



BETTY ANN FEILER 

"Boops" . . . "We have to get a car this year." 
. . . bubbling personality . . . star of the Gal- 
braitb's basketball court . . . fourth floor's Hal- 
loween corpse. 




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VALLERIE JEAN FLANDERS 

"Val" . . . hey lover! . . . where to this weekend? 
... off to Williams . . . loves that twist ... I 
can't, I'm studying. 



LYNN SHARON FLASKAMPER 

"Flask." . . . full of fun . . . always smiling . . . 
Partial to AIC and TKE ... I don't believe it 
. . . Watch out for her hot Chev! 




ANN BIXBV FLYNN 

"ANN" . . . midnight dips . . . like wine much 
. . . music, music . . . advertisement twister . . . 
One-way south . . . pensive. 





ELLENMARY FOG \K n 
Noi even my newspaper?" money officer . . . 
twist? . . . originatoi ol "Jazzbeau" express 

in lounge time will tell . . . "El." 



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CAROI ANN FO] Kl\s 

Always read) for fun . . . loves I've and Rl'I 
weekends . . . likable Senior Counselor . . . 
perfect Perkinite . . . often seen knitting sweaters 
and writing letters 10 Troy. 








ROBERTA MAE FRENCH 

Cenial, reserved . . . athletic minded . . . "What? 
. . . Who?" ... a supporting hand on many 
committees . . . early to bed, early? to rise . . . 
dependable. 




CAROLE ANN FULLER 

"Ful" . . . reserved but watch out! . . . "Delited" 
with doughnuts . . . true, intellectual beauty 
. . . soft-spoken . . . "room re-arranging time, 

guys." 



NANCY JEAN CALICA 

She seems quiet . . . pessimist . . . "What a don- 
key!" . . . friendly, and always willing to help 
. . . ardent Springfield College fan. 




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SANDRA ANN GALLAGHER 
"Sandy" . . . diligent student . . . gay and con- 
siderate . . . "Hi! kids" . . . constant talker . . . 
friendly personality. 



JOANNE ELIZABETH GARVEY 

"Let's go" . . . carefree . . . sunny disposition . . . 
always ready for fun . . . loves clothes . . . quiet 
smile. 




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BARBARA IMOGENE GILBERT 
"Barb" . . . crazy about people ... "I think I'll 
take a nap" . . . designer of the Oriental room 
. . . closet pantry. 





| \\K E ELAINI GOODH1 I 
i .ill prett) fan w hat's up Doc?" . . . 

"You kidding me?" . . always read) i"i a n'"*' 
time and long talk-- . . . Iowa homecoming 
weekends 



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( \R()1 MI/A1U 111 GOODMAN 
"Goody" . . . President . . . I'm flunking Metl 
. . . Bongos . . . The poor people in China . . . 
Charming smile with Hashing brown eyes. 





MARION ELIZABETH GOODSELL 

Blazes hot trail from Hazardville to West Vir- 
ginia . . . Wesleyan . . . History genius . . . "So 
what do you think?" ... A friendly smile for 
everyone. 




NANCY ELIZABETH GREENE 
"Nan" . . . "Oh Gobs!" . . . Molasses and bread 
at midnight . . . Star procrastinator . . . Letters 
from Boston . . . Morning showers . . . Art en- 
thusiast. 






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NANCY LYNN GREENWOOD 

Letter to Congressman . . . Easy to get along 

with . . . "Oh, I love this place!" . . . Those $10 

phone calls . . . Visits I-owell, Massachusetts 

L.T.I. 







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NANCY ANN GRIFFIN 

"What time are you going to dinner?" ... "I 
can't go; I'm waiting for a phone call." . . . 
Never gets anything below 100 on those spelling 
tests . . . "Hey you guys!" 




SANDRA LOUISE GRILLI 

"Sandy" . . . Bubbling personality . . . Loves 
those weekends in the dorm . . . Good leader . . . 
"Oh, I get so excited!" . . . Can keep a secret. 



MARY LUCILLE GROGAN 

"Snap" . . . Are you still eating . . . "Hey, kids, 
wait for me!" ... "I lost my books" . . . "Some- 
day I'll get organized" . . . Always active . . . 
Perpetually smiling. 





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Cute and friendly . . . Sense ol humoi 
dresser . . . Fats in hei spare lime 
smile far evei yone 



Sill. II I 

Has .i 



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\l \R(. \R1 1 ANNE HADLEY 
Maggie" . . "Oh, those buses" . . . Full of pep 
. . . Must stud) tonight . . . Latest hair styles 
. . . \\ arm personality. 





NANCY LOU HANSEL 

"Nan" . . . Pleasant disposition . . . All those 
brothers . . . "Remember Oct. 22, the night we 
tripled!" . . . Likes Army men. 




CAROL MARY HANSON 

"Wait for me" . . . Petite . . . Full of fun . . . 
Talkative . . . Interested in everything . . . Al- 
ways in motion. 



ELIZABETH WORTHINGTON HASTINGS 
Heart of gold . . . Hep on medics . . . Sports en- 
thusiast . . . Absent-minded . . . "Oh, really?" 
. . . Shy, blushes easily . . . Fresh beauty. 




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ELIZABETH JAMES HAVELES 
"Beth" . . . endless wardrobe . . . collegiate 
much? . . . "who's going to set my hair?" . . . 
loves those Tuesday checks from Daddy ... off 
to the Separate Shop. 




ELEANOR JEAN HEALEY 

Friendly . . . "let's play cards" . . . loves to ar- 
gue . . . thinking person . . . very organized, 
hates disorder. 



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MARGARET LOUISA HOSMER 
"Peggy Lou" . . . Delta Phi or /.eta Chi? . . . 
"When I Fall In Love" . . . Organized? . . . I've 
a friend . . . Cig 'n coffee. 





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PATRICIA HUBBARD 

"Pattie" . . . "Oh. I can't, l have t" study" . . . 
oil to Boston, again . . . a smile foi everyone . . . 
"We .ill have our moments" . . . (><•! me in the 
i Inn i h on time. 



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KAREN ELIZABETH HUNTER 
\ native of Saskatchewan . . . Only her hair- 
dresser knows for sure ... I like Canadian hoys 
. . . no .null . . . nothing is 100 much trouble. 





LINDA MURIEL HUPE 

"Lyn" . . . "Nice play" . . . deceivingly quiet . . . 
plays a mean organ . . . plans weekends in ad- 
vance. 




DIANE CAROL JACOBOSKI 
"Di" . . . Devoted to Mike . . . "Where's my 
roomie?" . . . outstanding student . . . sincere 
to all . . . humor and wit. 



ESTHER JUDITH JOHNSTON 

Always has a date . . . New York night clubs 

. . . looks quiet . . . "loves that Charlie" . . . 

petite. 




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SUSAN ELIZABETH JONES 
"Jonesy" . . . S.J.T.V.F. . . . Mail much? 
. . . deep sincerity and convictions . . . "Hey 
guys!" . . . "Wait on me!" . . . "Ah so" . . . 
most honorable. 



OLIVIA MARIE JYLKKA 

"The O." . . . campus beauty . . . sincere in all 
she does . . . Colgate weekends at Phi Tau . . . 
full of rascality and charm ... "I was so em- 
barrassed." 




JUDITH ELINOR KASZAS 
"Kaz" . . . Struggling young artist . . . "If he 
doesn't call l>efore Wednesday — " . . . "Wliai 
do you mean, I'm unethical" . . . "Me, pinned:-!" 





DONA ELI/ Mil 111 kl I I II 
\\ici medical forgets ii> wash centrifuge tuba 
. . . smiling brunette who Likes hockey . . . 
gcis free sundaes .ii i i iendl) 'a 



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\ WCY LEE KKL1.EY 

"Kelley" . . . Open the windows . . . embar- 
rassed much? . . . sophisticated . . . Letters from 
Penn . . . "Blue Mist." 





MAUREEN PATRICIA KELLY 
"Mo" . . . petite barrel of fun . . . extensive 
green wardrobe . . . interest in U. of Hartford 
. . . "I'll get my license next week." 




SALLY WIKOFF KIBBE 

"Kibbs" . . . Enthusiast of the Jazz world . . . 
"The Best" . . . warm sense of humor . . . Ac- 
counting Major? . . . The look of the Irish. 



DONNA MARIE KING 

"Anyone going to New Haven?" . . 

smile . . . life is too short to worry 

volunteering. 



always a 
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JOAN FRANCES KOMANETSKY 

"Kom" . . JFK . '. . "Natch, I'm a Democrat" 
. . . "You kidding me?" . . . hairdresser . . . 
Springfield College . . . quiet, understanding. 



BARBARA ANN KOS 

"Oh, how many more pages do I have to read"-" 
. . . serious-minded . . . sharp dresser . . . loves 
to eat . . . sense of humor . . . easily distracted. 




JOAN LILLIAN KOVAC.S 

"Joanic" . . . peaches and cream complexion . . . 
F. LI. Pen Pal . . . Trips to 16" Acres ... I KE 
Attracts . . . Shops at Anderson Little . . . .Sin- 
cere. 





DIANE (. \R<)1. KR \\li R 
Blonde, blue-eyed i ute sh) in an innocent 

u,i\ , . "dimples" sense "i hutnoi sharp 
dresser , , . warm and friendly . . . eats every 

hour on (he hoi 1 1 



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1 l\n \ 11 MM-. KRKM/IER 
"Lin" ..." rime for another hand" . . • never is 
found . . . fond of Irish Setters— Shamrock! . . . 
mail from the Air Force. 





DEBORAH GAIL KROUDVIRD 

"Debbie" . . . loves that Corvette . . . "I'm not 
here." . . . enthusiasm . . . BROWN . . . Long- 
meadow's pooch . . . "Goodnight Sweethot." 




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PENELOPE ANN LAMY 

"Penny" . . . Meticulous . . . Attractive blonde 
. . . "OH REALLY!" . . . ardent "Charlie Brown" 
fan . . . loves those lab classes . . . Heads for 
home every weekend . . . June bride. 



ELEANOR LOUISE LARSON 

"Elly" . . . "Anyone for bridge?" . . . Shopping 
for an apartment in Boston . . . Always smartly 
dressed . . . Tall and sophisticated. 




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JOAN MARIE LAWLESS 

Enthusiastic student . . . neat and conservative 
. . . naturally wavy hair . . . loves all chocolate 
. . . "Hey, do you know what we did in lab to- 
day?" 



JOYCE ALICE LEES 

"Wait for me" . . . last in the lunch line . . . 
"Let's get out of here!" . . . once a friend, always 
a friend. 




BARBARA ANNE LEGALL 

"Bubbles" , . . beautiful eyes . . . enjoys listening 
to problems . . . loves those sundaes . . . with .1 
wink and a smile . . . "What a screech!" 





fill 1 1 \ MYRA LEV1NE 

1 1 1 Ida" She's noi tiny! , I las ilu- ni.nl 

come yet?" . . there's ■> twinkle in those l > i k 
green eves . . . "I'm going home this weekend I" 



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PA I'RICIA ANN LOFFLER 
"Pat" . . . "I'm bitterl" . . . hates early morning 
classes . . always Found in the lounge . . . Fri- 
day nights with the girls . . . exists on mail from 
home . . . lun filled. 





JUDITH ANNE MacKENZIE 
"Jude" . . . "Are you cute" . . . afternoon naps 
. . . glass collector . . . community wardrobe . . . 
blue eyes and dimples ... a true companion. 




ROSALIND KATHERINE MADDEN 
"Roz" . . . Just for drill! . . . Where's Ware any- 
way? . . . real cute . . . clever humor . . . card 
sharp . . . "Have Valiant— will travel!" ... a real 
friend . . . can't learn those songs. 



ELIZABETH CONCENTINA MARINO 

"Betty" . . . "Hey, wanta hang around with me?" 
. . . staunch supporter of S. C. . . . everyone's 
friend . . . just listen to those little feet . . . talk 
much? 




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RITA JO-ANN MARTIN 

"Ducky" . . . "Hi ya guys" . . . count on a laugh 
. . . Canasta ... I can't look . . . "Where's my 
pillow?" . . . Wednesday again. 



JUDITH ANN MASIERO 

"Judie" . . . Yet indeedy, Loyal Berkshire County 
fan . . . He's working tonight . . . fast walker, 
fast talker . . . bring me back a grinder. 




RUTH LOUISE McLOUGHLIN 
"Rutkey" . . . blushing face . . . Photography 
Editor . . . sincere and helpful . . . fabulous 
weekends at U. of Penn. . . . mail fan. 





DONNA NA I . Mil McNF.ILI 

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i \r\ ri wiili .1 pen mischievous teasel I 

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ROSE MOI.INI 

"It's phenomenal" . . , sophisticated, clever, at- 

tractive . . loves everything Manhattan . . . Jack 
Paai lias nothing over her . . . "Now. I could go 
for him!" . . . smooth tauker. 





SANDRA ANN MONROE 

"Sandy" . . . "You think that's something" . . . 
In the shower by 7:05 every morning . . . "He's 
300 miles away, but he's coming to see me" . . . 
Will the car start today? ... "I learned how to 
play bridge!" 




ELLEN BOHONON MORTON 
"Morty" . . . skiing enthusiast . . . likes Euro- 
pean living . . . weekends at New York City . . . 
a million laughs . . . alias Bettina Bohonon. 



LaNAE ANN MOSER 

Loves fruit . . . future in the sky . . . sleeps with 
eyes open . . . terrible speller . . . never without 
a date . . . "How was your weekend?" 




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SHARON HALL MURPHY 

"What a panic!" ... a continuous chatterer 
... "I need a vacation" . . . can be found above 
and below the Mason-Dixon line . . . has anyone 
seen a black pocketbook? 



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JUDITH ANN NEWELL 

"Judy" . . . such an optimist ... "I know I'm 
blushing" . . . really gets around in that little 
green bug . . . love that smile . . . swinging dis- 
position . . . those eyes. 




PATRICIA MARGARET OEHLER 
Love that blonde hair . . . things are M.I.T.'y 
fine in Boston . . . "Hey, do you like horses?" 
. . . takes the Bermuda route back to Chicago 
... a good talker; a good listener. 





ANN MARIf 01 >< II \l SKI] 
"Babe" . . . cute and |><|>|>\ "Are you kid 

ding?" . . . those facial expressions . , . the lab 
coal with the great big hem l can't stand 

short boys 



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CAROI MARIE O'NEIl. 

"Wow-wee" . . . beauty and brains . . . always a 

liicmlh smile . . . great Duke enthusiast . . . 

letters ni;ikc her radiate. 








CAROL EIVOR OTTOSON 

Natural blonde curls . . . smart dresser . . . slow 
eater . . . Western New England College sup- 
porter ... "I can't see— where are my glasses?" 
. . . friendly. 




JULIANA MARY PARDUCCI 

"Julie" . . . "Are you serious?" . . . where's my 
dog . . . sense of humor . . . let's have a talk . . . 
Richard's calling . . . "Chippy" . . . terrific friend. 



CAROL LYNNE PARISH 

New York subways . . . keeps you laughing . . . 
let's go for coffee . . . my themes are overdue 
. . . game for a water fight. 




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JULIE ANN PEAK 

One of Perkins' "lucky 13" . . . came from U. of 
H. . . . Jim's him . . . easy to get along with . . . 
"okay, one demerit" . . . Thursday night bowl- 
ing. 



BERNICE MARY PERLOVVSKI 
"Bernie" . . . "Who's the phone for?" . . . gotta 
study . . . another tour . . . sweet . . . under- 
standing . . . likes walks . . . "Rut I did sign in." 




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PAULA LESLIE PROPP 

Has eyes only for one . . . her private smile . . . 
"That" packing for those "wonderful" weekends 
. . . Quiet, sensitive, and friendly . . . August 
2fith . . . "Exercises anyone?" . . . loves long 
walks. 





\l \K( I \ I.I I RANDAL1 
Natural blonde , , . wild about \ I I fraternity 
parties . - iweel <>n \.m nun iIhhm- moods 

. . . friendlv and )in< ere 



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M VR1LYN ANN RICARD 
Scintillating personality . . . loves everything 
French . . . "I've got the car" . . . the "how" girl 
. . . dreams of Bermuda . . . gung-ho over Bab- 
son, and beans. 





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RHODA PAULINE RICHARDS 
"Rho" . . . "Best we play cards" . . . tall, witty 
brunette . . . "Another hair style?" . . . have 
music— will twist ... a wizz at English composi- 
tion. 






PAMELA ROBBINS 

The Cape Cod resident . . . Always ready to join 
a scheme or plot . . . "Those eyes" . . . "Steam 
Pipe" dreams . . . Has all her peaches and apri- 
cots in one big bad basket. 



JACQUELINE GAIL ROBERTS 
"Jaci" . . . Diet much . . . Love that boy from 
S. C. . . . Oh! that redhead with the brains . . . 
Always has pep and enthusiasm for school activ- 
ities. 




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KATHLEEN ANN ROBERTS 
Kay . . . that Irish temper! . . . Loves those P.C. 
men . . . Boston will be her town ... a swell gal 
. . . everybody's friend . . . high marks. 



SALLY ANN RODOWICK 

Infectious giggle . . . bubbly personality . . . 

"Let's go for seconds" . . . Navy fan . . . neat as 

a pin . . . "My battery's dead again." . . . always 

blushing. 




LORRAINE FLORENCE ROY 

"I went shopping Kxlay" . . . peppy 
Friday nights . . . always friendly . 
black, hair . . . cherishes her pin. 




. waits for 
. beautiful 




ELLI \ MARIE ST. GERMAIN 
"Saint" . . . cute as .i button "Hi '■■i peeps.' 
. . . "(,oi .1 lettei from mj hone) today 
,ii».i\s bubbling ovei with excitement 



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MIC 111 1 1 M \R1K SAVOY 
"Mickey" . . . "Let's go lor a ride" . . . room 
and board anyone? . . . Navy . . . ideal friend 
. . . "egads" . . . loves leaves . . . Never on Mon- 
day ... a lot of lun 





SUSAN MARGARET SCAGEL 

"Sue" . . . "Fooey" . . . Seared steak? . . . But it's 
not a landscape! . . . Tension . . . Pins and 
pearls? . . . What do you mean I'm late? 




CAROL ANN SCANNELL 

Sharp dresser . . . pretty hair . . . "But I don't 
wanna goooooo." . . . loads of fun . . . "Yup, 
Tommy's home this weekend." . . . great friend. 



KAREN LEE SCHMIDT 

"Goodness gracious" . . . Miss Procrastination 
. . . Where to this weekend— Springfield vs. 
Brown . . . loves to ski . . . makes new friends 
. . . has sparkling eyes and a bright smile. 




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JOAN CAROL SCOTT 

"Scotty" . . . Personality Plus . . . winning smile 
. . . talented with Benedicts Solution . . . always 
in love! . . . want to get fixed up? . . . great 
schemer 




GAIL EILEEN SHEPARD 

"TKE's" sister '61 . . . UConn "male'' '02 . . . 
spillproof ink . . . rollers and T.P. . . . "cha-cha" 
. . . "Tender ribs" . . . congenial . . . fun-loving. 



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CAROLYN MARIE STEBBINS 

"Stebby" . . . loves to get letters . 
moment . . . Oh that laugh 
ambition. 



. . . never a dull 
. never a lack of 





\\\l STOCKWEL1 

"Jeepers crow' . . . neai and well ni"" 1111 '! • • • 
uh.ii .1 laughl loves mush and watei skiing 

. . . still waiting for thai certain someone >■• 

Come along. 



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SANDRA MAI Rl 1 \ STRICKLAND 
"Sandy" . . . happy-go-lucky gal . . . "Will Sat- 
urday over get heir?" . . . sincere and friendly 
. . . quiet? You'd l>e surprised! . . . "Where's my 
roommate?" 





MARGARET ANN STRYHAS 
"Peggy" . . . instigator of fun . . . terrific skier 
. . . always sporting a twinkle in her eye ... a 
great friend to have. 




JOAN CAROL TENEROWICZ 
Punctual?? . . . "Oh no, sir" . . . attractive bru- 
nette . . . "Want a haircut?" . . . indifferent. 






CAROL ANN THOMPSON 

Friendly and thoughtful . . . "But I've got to 
study" . . . UConn fan . . . likes to doodle . . . 
"Well, let's see" . . . quiet? . . . 




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SALLY ANN TIBBO 

"Sal" . . . Quiet till you know her . . . devilish 
thoughts behind that cheerful smile . . . H. J. C. 
—double dates . . . Spikes . . . Forever sleeping. 



CAROL ANN TOFIL 

"Toofie" ... a friendly Medical . . . Bermuda 
bound . . . "Mrs. B., there's nothing under my 
microscope!" . . . crazy giggle. 




NANCY ARLENE VAN DERPOEL 
A lively miss . . . not a care in the world . . . 
convertible daze . . . always finds time to have a 
little chat . . . gifted musically. 






MARGARE1 \l \ m VICKERS 

"Peggar" . . . Never *\MI juftei from "dyspepsia" 
. . . the twister . . . keepei i>i the minutes . . . 
"Hey, l gotta tell \.i" . planning (<>' th< Fu 
lure much? . . shoi i ( uic. 



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M \RY l nv l HE WAHLBERG 
Erapsall showroom— No. 10 . . . Goes for "Jags", 
jokes .iih! horses . . . Sweet and understanding 
. . . "Twist anyone" . . . Larry's coining home. 





GLORIA DINA WAY 

Guatemala representative . . . likes frat parties? 
. . . curly hair on Fridays . . . likes discussions in 
the music room . . . happy-go-lucky. 




BARBARA ALICE WHITE 
"Barb" . . . J. F. K.'s neighbor . . . letters from 
Alaska . . . A. F. supporter . . . "Too many cal- 
ories" . . . "He's a honey" . . . constant 
g'gg'er. 



JOAN ANN ZEMBRUSK1 

Dungaree Doll . . . Drew's Phi Delta Mu sweet- 
heart . . . Brush in one hand— Saltine in the 
other . . . Vivacious, amiable. 




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SALLY ZIMMERMAN 

"Sal" . . . "For crying out loud!" . . . full of 
bounce and energy . . . avid skier and dancer 
. . . has a pleasant smile . . . passion for choco- 
late ice cream. 



CYNTHIA MARIE ZITER 

"Spider" . . . Loves Brubeck . . . Are you kid- 
ding? . . . small and speedy . . . How many 
credits for canasta? ... I haven't seen him since 
last night. 





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Our Queen 



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Our Queen and Her Court 



SANDRA GRILLI of East Hartford, Conn. 

Seated, left to right: Joan Kovacs of Bridgeport. Conn.. Olivia Jylkka of Man- 
chester, Conn. Kneeling, Carol luller of Warehouse Point. Conn Standing, left 
to right: Elizabeth Handheld of West Springfield, Mass., Eileen MacDonaJd oi 

Springfield, Mass.. Sandra Gallucci of Meriden. ( nmi loan Hums of New 
Hartford, Conn., Madeline Amirault of Manehester. ( onn. 



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Junior Class 




JUNIOR OFFICERS 
Joyce Fruchtman . . . Treasurer Eileen MacDonald . . . Presidenl 

Carol Nevers . . . Secretary Madeline Amirault . . . Vice Presidenl 

Miss Genovese . . . Advisor 



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Noreen McCarthy 
[ane McDowell 
Barbara Jones 
Mar) Kawczinski 
I'lin-. i.i Power 





Geraldine Dantowitz 
Evelyn O'Neill 
Virginia Driscoll 
Marcia Beck 
Jane Gray 



Joan Miller 
Nancy Chamberlain 
Sally Seabourne 
Susan Robinson 
Joan Heilig 





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Jo Ann Everett 
Maryalice Dean 
Sheila Butler 
Carole Steward 
Judith Schinelli 



Joan Mitchell 
Charlene Birch-Field 
Margaret Doyle 
Maureen Thomas 
Michaela Beisler 





Irene Mot i io 
Elizah 'ii |< Ilia 

\ i.i 1 1 i,i [anosz 
|inl\ Bala i 
I innea Mabb 



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V nu Mun.iN 

Bonita Lineham 
( arol Vnderton 
Catherine Holla Rocca 
Geraldine Gibson 





Beth Moore 
Olena Ludwig 
Andrea Passal 
Carol Scalise 



Mary Akey 
Elizalxrth Wells 
Claire Alaimo 
Susan Robert 
Rose I'orcello 




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Patricia Stula 
Elaine Nitka 
Kathleen Curran 
Carol Pease 
Marilyn Bennett 



Janet Bambino 
Karen Linden 
Nancy Walker 
Eileen Bonk 
Paulette Bernier 





Barbara M< 
I ili ( n Mai Donald 
[anii c l rembla) 
Donna Pesd 
Constant e w robleski 



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Elizabeth Bostrom 
Marion Lamana 
Sharon Cusack 
Beveil) Bramon 
Patricia Penne) 





Susan Brown 
Diane Gebo 
Barbara Sikes 
Barbara Coache 
Julianne Saletnik 



Shirley Meregian 
Rosalie Libiszewski 
Elaine Jasmin 
(Catherine Libiszewski 
Sandra Geer 




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Patricia Farrar 
Sandra Chagnon 
Claudia Bertsche 
Bernadette Mastroianni 
Barbara Montagna 



Marcia Craig 
Joanne Kelly 
Carol Nevers 
Susan Kilpatrick 
Jane Barstow 





Audrey < ■< umh 
|<>\( c i i in 1 1 1 1 1 1 -i 1 1 
[am i i wergo 
Eleanoi I abii nio 
Linda Cry* ilski 



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Barbara Read 
Lynn Bailey 
[oanne Danner 

( ,m>l\ 11 \iu lair 
Susan Boeorad 





Kathleen Corliss 
Judith Poli 
Martha Sample 
Frances Sambor 
Barbara Eichhorn 
Betty Flathers 



Susan Fricke 
Christine Giokas 
Janice Chrostowsky 
Irene Beau lieu 
Carol I-al'ine 




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Donna Vaders 
Ann Schulz 
Marilyn Thompson 
Linda Stewart 
Carolyn Christie 



Sandra Marciniec 
Judith Gollis 
Valerie Hurley 
Barbara Jerrie 
Cynthia Marciniec 
Rosalind Dymek 





Nun Houston 

\.im % ( i.iml.il 
[udith l lorek 

I miii I ) I r.ilN 



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Rit.i 1 lamont 
Donna Wilkinson 
H.n h.ir.i l aurendeau 
Judith Rivesl 





Ann Taylor 
Mary Brennan 
Jane Holt 

Marianne DelMonte 
Dorothy Kington 



Judith Norton 
Lorrie Kavanagh 
Madeline Amirault 
Carol Rawski 
Jane Bryant 




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Mary Ann McHugh 
Patricia Plodzik 
Karen O'Brien 
Veronica Cobb 
Janis Ingham 



Virginia Milewski 
Carol Soutra 
Sandra Callucci 
Lucy Faile 
Diana Smith 





Aim. i \ii'- 
[oanne u ojtowu / 
Bat i'n -i Nowak 
( vnthia < .iM41.un 



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rurmi Davis 
Kristine Shepard 
Patricia Sowecke 

Frances Godek 





Carol Tetreault 
Jean Anderson 
Elizabeth Blew 



Susan Walsh 
Judith Yaskulka 
Frances Boduch 
Bonnie Mulak 




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Virginia Banks 
Anne Pelletier 
Frances Koczela 
Karen Bai Rossi 
Karen Anderson 
Dianne Falcon 



Rosemarie Sponzo 
Kathleen Griffin 
Cynthia Linden 
Geraldine Teehan 





(.ak- Leja 
I i .1 1 .line ( Iharesl 
Joyce Beaudiy 
I'. 1 1 1 ii i.i I )wyer 
Linda Man 



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1 eslie Nehring 
Mildred Houle 
Christina Rainka 
Johnet Coffey 
Patricia Carter 





Gail Lees 
Jessie Mackay 
Ellen Grolljahn 
Gail Merriam 
Katherine Lieberum 



JJetsy Mansur 
Donna Andersen 
Rosalie Market 
Holly La.sewicz 
Janet Faselle 




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Kathleen Lynch 
Linda Thorpe 
Diane Olliver 
Sylvia Michelet 
Arlene Sebastian 
Janet Burke 



Sue Ann Blevins 
Joan Brizilis 
Beverly Lolxlell 
Janet Schneider 





Armincl.i \n ■iisiii 
Melinda Muccianti 
i lizabeth i landfield 
Irene I ipski 



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Memories 



Some 200 eager Juniors passed through the portals of Bay 
Path Junior College on a bleak September day in 1960. The 
weather cleared for our campus picnic and the start of new 
friendships and a new life. 

As a sanding down of the rough edges left from our high 
school years. Bay Path sponsored an Elizabeth Arden Clinic. 
Thus we began our college career and prepared for our role in 
the business world. 

We had no sooner settled down to the routine tasks of keeping 
our own rooms clean and studying than it was time for our 
Thanksgiving vacation. 

We soon found ourselves in the midst of Winter Formal con- 
fusion. Should we wear cocktail dresses or ball gowns? Decisions! 
Despite the indecision over attire, the Sno-Ball was a huge suc- 
cess as our queen and her court graciously reigned over the 
night's activities. 

Close on the heels of Thanksgiving was the long-awaited 
Christmas vacation. That meant three full weeks of concentrated 
laziness and fun for most of us! Once the festivities were over, 
however, we had to concentrate on the hard-work realities of 
term papers and ever-popular exams. 

Through the trial -and -error process— mostly error— we finally 
learned how to avoid getting demerits. 

The new year of 1961 brought with it a new semester and new 
teachers. "I wonder what kind of tests he gives?" 

There were teas, of course, which enabled us to meet and 
become better acquainted with the administration and the 
faculty. 

Spring vacation was followed by a serene, romantic Spring 
Formal. It was the advent of a new activity for Bay Path. For 
the first time an entire weekend's activities were planned, with 
the formal as its highlight. "The King and I" was certainly an 
appropriate theme for the occasion. 

Our Junior year was over in a flurry of sun bathing, exams, 
and Class Day and Commencement rehearsals. 



When we came back to Bay Path in September, we were on 
familiar ground. It was so good to see everyone again! It was 
such fun to meet our "little sisters" and try to match names 
with faces. 

This year was, of course, filled with teas and studded with mix- 
ers. But there are some things we'll remember longer than others: 
"Mountain Day," when the entire school went to Mount Tom 
and the Juniors won freedom from their beanies in a rope pull, 
and all the songs we sang coming home on the bus. 

We'll never forget the Father-Daughter Banquet. Our dads 
entertained us with song and dance, and we decided that we'd 
never had finer dates. Don't forget those dances at Springfield 
College and the new twist rage. 

The underprivileged children of Springfield will always remem- 
ber the Christmas parties they went to, and we'll remember the 
fun we had. 

There are so many other good times to look back on. The 
Campus Competitive Sing won by the "Campus Chords." Library 
Day when afternoon classes were cancelled so we could all help to 
move books to Hatch Memorial Library. The wintry night when 
we went caroling. The fashion shows and the Variety Show. 
These are the things we'll always remember. 

Of course we'll never forget the Winter and Spring Formals of 
our Senior year, for they were the last we'd share with each other. 

Yes, Senior year at Bay Path was full of fun— and of more hard 
work than any of us had ever faced before. But it wasn't long 
before it was all over. 

The beginning of the end was Class Day with our lovely queen 
and her court. Then came Commencement— the day of achieve- 
ment, of tears, of farewell— the day that marked the end of the 
life we had all spent together. 

Yes, two years had flown by; but these are the things we'll 
always remember and always want to relive, for these are the 
things that weave the "Song of Myself." 



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Organizations 




Inter-Dorm Council 




Dean Wright 
Ann Bailey 
Julie Peak 
Pat Oehler 
Miss Goss 
Carol Folkins 



This group consists of the dormitory presidents 
and senior counselors. Its purpose is to meet with 
the Dean and Director of Residence to discuss 
the suggestions and problems of the dormitory 
residents. This brings out the dormitory mem- 
bers' points of view as well as the administra- 
tion's views on the needs and attempted fulfill- 
ments of needs in the dormitories. 



Mary Wahlberg 
Joan Lawless 
Carolyn Andrews 
Roberta Campbell 
Pat Hubbard 



"You shall listen to all sides 
and filter them for yourself . 




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Student Council 




Susan Kilpatrick . . . Junior Dormitory Representative 
Patricia Dwyer . . . Junior Commuter Representative 
Peggy Vickers . . . Secretary 
Sandra Grilli . . . President 
Donna McNeill . . . Treasurer 

Linda Kremzier . . . .Senior Student Aid Representative 
Olivia Jylkka . . . Senior Dormitory Representative 
Carole Puller . . . Senior Commuter Representative 



I In- Student Council members are circled in 
the spring l>\ the entire student lx»l\ Working 
wiili us advisor, Dean Wright, the I ouncil ,nh 
as an intermediary group between the student 
bod) .mil the administration, Fund raising pro- 
jects for scholarships and supervising various 
si liool activities are some oi the fun< tions ol oui 
Student Government, 



"1 am an none of things accomplished, 
and I am an encloser of things to be . . 



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Empsall Hall 




Nancy Crandall . . . Social Chairman 
Mrs. Cotton . . . House Director 
Susan Robinson . . . Secretary 



Sandra Gallucci . . . President 
Lucy Faile . . . Treasurer 
Diana Smith . . . Vice President 




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Bollum Hall 




Audrey Crumb . . . Assistant Social Chairman 
Patricia Hubbard . . . Treasurer 
Susan Kilpatrick . . . Dormitory Representative 
Betty Feiler . . . Dormitory Representative 
Margaret Hadley . . . Dormitory Representative 



Sally Seabourne . . . Vice President 
Mrs. Kyer . . . Assistant House Director 
Miss Coss . . . Director of Residence 
Debbie Kroudvird . . . Social Chairman 
Roberta Campbell . . . President 




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Perkins Hall 




Katherine Liebemm . . . Vice President 

Marcia Beck . . . Treasurer 

Mrs. Whitney . . . House Director 

Virginia Driscoll . . . President 

Jane Gray . . . Secretary 




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Activities 




Riding Club 




A local riding stable is the host each week to 
this group of horsewomen. Novices can learn to 
ride well, and experts can improve as members 
of this club. The girls' love of the sport of horse- 
back, riding induces them to journey over trails 
and paths in the countryside around the Spring- 
field area throughout the entire school year. 



"A gigantic beauty of a 
stallion, fresh and responsive 
to my caresses ..." 




Pat Oehler . . . .Secretary-Treasurer 
Dean Wright . . . Advisor 
Sharon Murphy . . . President 



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Outing Club 




Donna Pesci . . . Secretary 
Pat Oehler . . . President 
Hetty Wells . . . Vice President 
Mrs. Kaynor . . . Advisor 
Janet Bambino . . . Treasurer 



The Outing Club is an organization which 
sponsors many different athletic activities 
throughout the year, such as tennis, swimming, 
croquet, badminton, and volleyball. During the 
recess between semesters, it also sponsors a trip 
to Lake Placid for all girls interested in skiing. 
Thus the Outing Club is an outlet for pent-up 
energy and affords students a chance to meet 
new people and form more friendships. 



"Tin- white-topi mountains ■■Im-.r 
in the distance, I fling mil 
mji fancies toward them ..." 



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Glee Club 




Joan Scott . . . Secretary 

Patricia Plodzik . . . Vice President 

Carolyn Andrews . . . President 



Diana Smith . . . Treasurer 
Mrs. Galbraith . . . Director 




The Glee Club, under the direction of Mrs. 
Esther Galbraith, is one of the most enjoyed 
organizations at Bay Path. The members are 
selected from both junior and senior classes 
after having tryouts in the fall. The club meets 
twice a week for rehearsals. 

The main activities of the group include a 
Christmas Vespers Service and a final Spring 
Concert to terminate the year. 



"/ hear the sound I love. 

The sound of the human voice . . . " 



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Keynotes 




The Keynotes are fourteen girls selected from 
the Glee Club. The girls are chosen on their 
singing talent and how well their voices blend. 
They sing at school functions as well as lending 
their group to community organizations and 
clubs. Much hard work is put into nightly re- 
hearsals which are under the direction of Mrs. 
Galbraith. 



"My voice goes after what my eyes 
cannot reach, with the twirl of 
my tongue I encompass worlds and 
volumes of worlds ..." 




Carol Parish . . . Treasure] 
Lynn Bohman . . . Vice President 
Constance Wrobleski 
Barbara Read 
Janis Ingh.im 

Roberta Campbell Presideni 
Nancy Kelley 
Elizabeth I lathers 



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ln \nii i \ ncii 
Lynn Baile) 
[iiilnli l lorek 
Mildred Houle 
Pal i ii i.i Plodzik 
Mis. Galbraith 



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Newman Club 



"And I know that tin- hand of 
Cod is the promise of m\ own, 
And I know that the spirit of 
God is the brother of my own . . . " 



The Newman Club is a Roman Catholic or- 
ganization open to all students who are inter- 
ested in learning more about the Roman Cath- 
olic faith. Meetings are held monthly and are 
led by Father James Joyce. The meetings consist 
of lectures and discussions concerning the finer 
points of the religion. Various charity projects 
for needy causes are sponsored by the Club 
throughout the year. 




Father James Joyce . . . Chaplain 




Joan Kovacs . . . Treasurer 
Judy Yaskulka . . . Vice President 
Mary Cavanaugb . . . President 



Evelyn O'Neill . . . Secretary 
Rosalind Dymek . . . Representative 
Miss Donahue . . . Advisor 



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Maroon Key 




Kathleen Roberts 


Jaci Roberts 


Dina Way 


Carol Thompson 


Linda Kremzier . . . Vice President 


Marianne D'Onofrio 


Diane Jacoboski 


Judy Braga 


Bern ice Perlowski . . . President 


Dean Wright . . . Advisor 


Eleanor Healey 


Sue Baltuskonis 


LaNae Moser . . . Secretary 


Carole Fuller 


Carol Dezolt 






I 



"And my ^fttut said, \ ". we 
but level that lift in pass 
and > ontinue beyond!' ■ ■ ." 



I he highest honoi the » hool offei s to i ai h 
girl is in In recognized as .1 membet ol the Ma 

roon Key 11 » Societ) Musi- girls represent 

much diligent work, outstanding charactei .1 
Hue interest in studies, and .1 great satisfaction 
in accomplishment. Dean's I i^i must !«• made 
two consecutive terms i<> be considered i"> mem 
bership I In girls an given recognition at an 
installation convocation hi i Ik- 1.1I I 



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Arts Club 




Margaret Hosmer . . . Vice President 
Mrs. Mitchell . . . Advisor 



Lynn Bohman . . . President 
Barbara Gilbert . . . Secretary 



Twice each month, this club meets to discuss 
the fine arts of the world and American culture. 
One of the highlights of the year is a field trip 
to New York City. Each week girls from the 
group act as hostesses to visitors who come on 
campus to view the various art exhibits of well- 
known artists which are on display. By being 
members of this group, the girls receive an 
appreciation of the classics. 




"The latest dates, discoveries, 
inventions, societies, authors 
old and new ..." 



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Social Science Club 



The Social Science Club, under the direction 
of Mr. Dickhuth, is a new addition to Bay Path 
this year. Outside speakers are invited to discuss 
topics in the field of social science, and movies 
are shown relating to the subject. Panel discus- 
sions are held occasionally, and foreign students 
from our college are invited to speak on the 
educational facilities in their countries. 



"Wliatever interests the rest 
interests me, politics, wars, 
markets, newspapers, schools. 
I am aware who they are ..." 





Maria Uibertin . . . Presideni Eleanoi Heale) Social Chairman 

Mr. Dickhuth ... Advisoi Michele Savoy , Secretary rreasurei 

Karen Hunter . . . Vice Presideni Claire Dutill) Soda! ( hairman 



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Hourglass 



Judy Braga . . . Production Editor 
foyce Fruchtman . . . Co-Editor-in-Chief 
Joyce Dow . . . Literary Editor 



Ann Bailey . . . Editor-in-Chief 
Carol Thompson . . . Art Editor 
Miss Dunay . . . Advisor 




This year, the school newspaper was reorgan- 
ized under new faculty advice. Its new staff has 
strived to improve the contents of the paper and 
to create new interest in school life through its 
news. A greater number of issues, a larger variety 
of articles, and the enthusiastic support made 
the Hourglass a school paper which all the stu- 
dents anticipated reading. 



"// is you talking just as much 
as myself, I act as the tongue 
of you ..." 




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Portico 



Judy Kaszas . . . Art Editor Mr. Hart . . . Advisor 

Donna McNeill . . . Literary Editor Ruth McLoughlin . . . Photography Editor 

Bernice Perlowski . . . Editor-in-Chief Penny Lamy . . . Production Editor 





The PORTICO designates <>m yearbook which 
we, as the entire student body, are proud to l<»>^ 
upon. I he l'()R I ico Mali, iimlci i he guidance 
of Mr. Arthur A. Man. and the hard working 
editors, have produced .1 yearbook which will 

si mini. He OU1 IuimIcsI mnnui us ol OU1 dayj .11 

Bay Path I he si. ill has prepared and organized 
the annual edition which will remind each girl 

of the story of her college d.ivs 



" [nd '■111 h n\ 11 is to be of 
these more m less I am, Ami 

of thru- our nuil all I -i ■ 

i)u long of myself ..." 



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This book printed by VELVATONE, a special process of lith( 
graphic printing. Sole producers: Wm. J. Keller Inc., Buffalo, N. « 
No other printing firm is authorized to use the Velvatone methc 






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